परमाणु से ब्रह्मान्ड एक ही विज्ञान हर बच्चा एक वैज्ञानिक होता है करो , देखो , सीखो !
Catalysed and Supported by National Council for Science & Technology Communication, Department of Science & Technology, Government of India, New Delhi
Experiments are the Foundation of science and therefore, essential for understanding principles of science and their appreciation by relating them to the happenings in daily life, especially at school level. Realizing the importance of experiments, the Society has launched first mobile science laboratory (named as Circus of Science in English and Vigyan ka Jantar Mantar in Hindi) primarily for the students and children of rural areas and small towns. The mobile lab focuses on experiment-based learning and hands on experience, relate science to daily life and how it influences our lives. It helps demystifying science.
The Mobile Science Lab is equipped with laptops and a large number of scientific instruments and equipment including LCD projector, telescope, microscope, robot kits, binoculars, lenses, magnets, optics kits, measuring instruments, chemicals, mineral ores, etc. etc. It also has a collection of documentary films in Hindi on the subjects related to our lives and the universe for generating interest in science among the masses, with a focus on school students.
The main objective of the Mobile Science Lab is to encourage students to perform experiments and learn basic principles of science. The Lab visits Secondary and Senior Secondary Schools of a district in accordance with route plan decided mutually by the District Education Officer and Manager of the Mobile Laboratory.
Hon’ble Chief Minister, Haryana, Sh. Manohar Lal Khattar had launched the Mobile Lab on April 06, 2016 at Karnal
National Council of Science and Technology Communication, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, New Delhi had supported the project for operating the Mobile Lab in Karnal district. The Mobile Lab has visited all Secondary and Senior Secondary Schools of Karnal district at least once and interacted with more than 35,000 students of Karnal district from Jan 2017 to March 2018.
Now the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, has sanctioned the project for operating the Mobile Laboratory for two years in the districts of Kurukshetra and Mewat. The lab shall visit all Government Secondary and Senior Secondary Schools of Kurukshetra and Mewat district during the next two years. Route plan shall be made in consultation with the District Education Officer under supervision and guidance of the Deputy Commissioner.